Car, Go Let Me Go
Let me go if you take me for the doormat
by John Sensele
That absorbs and accommodates the hangover
You unleash on the cat
You threw outside minus coldness cover.
Let me go if you feel I no longer matter
In the life you now lead
When you feel like a tepid trendsetter
Although for your smarter heart I still plead indeed.
Let me go to worthier wonders who appreciate
My net worth and dearth as a lady
Whose caliber doesn't depreciate
Despite the malady of the age comedy.
Let me go because I no longer care
Whether you greet, tweet or eat
For you've lumbered my life with too much wear and tear
From my head through my heart down to my fragile feet.